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  1. #26
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    Darn, well, you can have your public streets, I'll have the other 99.99999999 percent of the world.

    edit: page top bitches!

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    .... and the .5% you're actually allowed to ride on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tippster
    .... and the .5% you're actually allowed to ride on.
    That's how it seems to be on the east cost but from what I've seen you are allowed just about anywhere out west.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tippster
    .... and the .5% you're actually allowed to ride on.
    Which includes about 89% of this state.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dfinn
    That's how it seems to be on the east cost but from what I've seen you are allowed just about anywhere out west.
    Agreed. Dirtbiking has turned into a huge PITA in this area. Used to be that any powerline maintenance road was fair game - no longer. Haven't owned a rock hopper in many moons, and likely won't.

    Hey McP: those poles show up yet?

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    No sir. I lost the track#, could you drop it to me in a PM agaiN?

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    Thanks for starting this sweet thread.



    P.S. To anyone who wants to start a flame war about whats better, dirt or street, go fuck yourself because they are two completely different things. Motorcycles rock period.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DisArray
    Thanks for starting this sweet thread.



    P.S. To anyone who wants to start a flame war about whats better, dirt or street, go fuck yourself because they are two completely different things. Motorcycles rock period.
    Why don't you just go fuck a shee.....wait

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    Is that in western Nebraska? There is a road that goes north off the interstate into nowhere. I love driving it and seeing Johnson Ranch ten miles west, five miles down the road, Steves Ranch ten miles east. Your closest neighbor is twenty miles away.

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    Don't have a digital of by bike but this gives you the idea.

    Took it out for a 65 mile trip to break her in last friday when it was 80.... damn I miss riding. Can't wait for the ground to dry up so I can start heading off road.

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    Flatlander#2, I was gonna say it looks like a stretch of California Highway One somewhere between Sonoma and San Fran in late August or September. Just a guess.

    EDIT: I really want to live in a pretty rural area and have a dual purpose bike, cruising fast on the main roads but still being able to have fun on some gravel/dirt roads or trails just seems like such a great way to see some cool sights(other than skiing/hiking/biking).
    Last edited by glademaster; 04-16-2006 at 08:48 PM.
    These swine should be fucked, broken, and driven across the land.

  12. #37
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    Quote Originally Posted by flatlander#2
    Is that in western Nebraska? There is a road that goes north off the interstate into nowhere. I love driving it and seeing Johnson Ranch ten miles west, five miles down the road, Steves Ranch ten miles east. Your closest neighbor is twenty miles away.
    No, its in California actually. Don't know the exact road, but it's somewhere between the ocean and the Sierras east of Big Sur.

    edit: in the beginning of Novemeber
    BTW:California is heaven for motorcycle riding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DisArray
    No, its in California actually. Don't know the exact road, but it's somewhere between the ocean and the sierras east of Big Sur.

    edit: in the beginning of Novemeber
    BTW:California is heaven for motorcycle riding.
    Man, tru dat.

    If you didn't know, I live in Colorado.

    Quite a few years ago, I got a ride out to Los Angeles to pick up my new bike, an FZ700. I spent some time out there riding the bike up PCH to San Fran and then East back to CO. That ride was amazing, and something I'll never forget. Thanks for the cool pic. Love the twisties awaiting you. Good shit.
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    what i have:


    Thats not my bike, but same make and model. mine is a bit rougher but 20 yrs and 86,000 miles will do that.

    what i want:

    "They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety."
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    The Baby-Triple? Why not opt for Big Brother?

    (or am I seeing that wrong? That IS the 600, no?)

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    im pretty sure its the 1080cc motor, but not positive.

    but actually i didnt know they had a 600cc speed triple
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    My ride. Yamaha vstar silverado. Its been a great bike for touring around on. Not tooo expensive, looks great, and fun as all hell to ride. IMHO, not many bikes (with the exception of Honda and BMW) can touch Yamaha for quality.


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    I think I may have the cheapest other than that trail 90

    FYI: I covet all of your bikes, especially those of you known as Tippster.

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    wishful thinking.. my dream bike.. first i need to learn to ride a bike like that
    Mom! The meatloaf! FUCK!.

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    I'd go for a Duc Monster 620.

    Currently own a Honda CBR600 F2, but I haven't ridden it in over a year. It's not legal, and I'm pretty sure it'd get stolen the second I brought it home, not sitting in the back of my truck. Shitty neighborhood, so I keep it on base until I figure out what I'm going to do living-wise (may move).

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    1974 Kaw HD 750 2 stroke. I doubt that there are that many of these still around. It's been sitting in the b/yard waiting for some disposable income that doesn't get spent on ski/fishing addictions
    "When the child was a child it waited patiently for the first snow and it still does"- Van "The Man" Morrison
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    ski on in eternal peace

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    Wink



    Dream "bike" 0-60: 1.9 sec Top speed: Over 300 mph

    Last edited by funkendrenchman; 04-17-2006 at 06:35 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skifishbum
    1974 Kaw HD 750 2 stroke.
    OH YEAH!!!!

    SFB....

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    any R.A.T.'s out there?

    Have the Triumph,


    want the Buell
    Last edited by StokeSmack; 04-17-2006 at 03:15 PM.

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    mine is a 2003 Aprilia Futura RST 1000 Sport Tourer

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